Thursday, March 27, 2008

3/27/08: Daily Dose Of Cute


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6 comments:

  1. Hi again!
    Just wanted to pass on this information ...

    Boston Magazine recently published an article all about us this month - here is the link:

    Oh Soy Tasty!

    If you have a few minutes to spare, could do us a huge favor and read the article and comment at the bottom of the page? We're very excited about getting such great press, especially from a magazine of this caliber. If everyone drops by and leaves a quick comment, soon there will be no doubt in any publisher's mind: YES, readers absolutely do want to know about vegan happenings and developments. Please don't hesitate to repost the article on your blog and spread the world!

    Thanks!
    Emily @ Wheeler's Frozen Desserts

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  2. AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW..............

    too darn cute!

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  3. That is soo cute. It just made my heart melt into a puddle!
    Thanks!
    -Jeanette

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  4. Oh, and they're sharing, too. Cute!

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  5. Hi,
    I am not a farm girl, just a wife and mother who was raised in the city and lives on a farm. But, I thought you may have an interest in my bread log, and
    following you'll see a link to my farm log.
    http://regionalbread.blogspot.com/

    Gently,
    from the quiet countryside

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